Category: Students

Addressing Belonging Among Neurodiverse Students, “Dialog” Wins No Code Design Sprint 

Dialog, an application to increase a sense of belonging on campus for student with disabilities, won the fast-paced, seven-day No Code Design Sprint, hosted by Syracuse University Libraries, the College...
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InclusiveU Student Sam Clark ’24 Brings His Dreams to Life Through Los Angeles Immersion Experiences

Sam Clark ’24 has known since he was 9 years old that he wanted to be a film director when he grew up. After a family trip to Egypt where...
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William Johnson ’25: Studying Abroad While Defending Democracy and Human Rights

Syracuse University recently caught up with history and social science education major William Johnson ’25. Along with Nathaniel Hasanaj ’25 (international relations), Grace Reed ’25 (broadcast and digital journalism), and...
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Intelligence++ to Host No Code Design Sprint

Syracuse University Libraries, College of Visual and Performing Arts, and School of Education—in partnership with Intelligence++ and the Blackstone LaunchPad—are hosting a competitive, fast-paced seven-day No Code Design Sprint for...
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Helping Address Hiring Crises, the Baldanza Fellows Program Expands to Syracuse City Schools

Teacher shortages and a predominantly white teaching force are two persistent hiring trends that continue to challenge public schools nationwide. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, nearly 90%...
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School of Education: Breaking Barriers With Inclusive Teaching

On one of the colorful and crowded walls in Mrs. Touron’s 2nd grade classroom in a school just outside Syracuse, tucked in among posters about math and phonetics and geography,...
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Building Bridges to Inclusive Schools: 20 Years of Helping Educators Find Their “Teaching Voice” in NYC

“Growth” and “perspective” are the top gains Syracuse University School of Education (SOE) alumni note when reflecting on a semester spent student teaching in New York City. While the Bridge...
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Q&A with Carlee Kerr G’25: Supporting DEIA Initiatives, Awareness Across Campus

A School of Education graduate student who led diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) awareness initiatives at her undergraduate alma mater is now helping to advance Syracuse University’s DEIA objectives...
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CritQuant: School of Education Faculty and Students Join a Movement to Disrupt Traditional Research Methods

A group of Syracuse University School of Education faculty and graduate students are part of a growing movement in academia that is re-evaluating long-held assumptions about research design. Critical Quantitative...
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School of Education Students Experience Immersive Learning Opportunities in the Heart of New York City

Syracuse University students prepare to thrive in a changing global society by gaining hands-on learning experiences around the world. In addition to a range of study abroad options through the University’s highly...
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